5 Top experiences for New Year’s Eve in Madrid

Madrid,it’s a city that comes to life in a big way on New Year’s Eve.  Locals always go out of their way to warmly welcome visitors and show them how to celebrate the coming of the New Year in the Spanish way by eating 12 grapes, one for every strike of the clock ( located in Puerta del Sol ) until the midnight hour strikes. As the crowds eat the 12 grapes, Madrid’s massive golden ball starts to drop, marking the end of 2015 and the start of 2016. After the countdown is complete Partiers will move to a club.

2016´S Food Trends in Madrid

People from Madrid “madrileños “ we love food and we are happy to devote a huge amount of time and energy to the act of eating. Then there is the geography of Madrid, which sits in the centre of the country like a giant spider on its web. Much of the highest quality produce ends up here. The fish and seafood, in particular, are of unsurpassable quality, the fish market being the second largest in the world after Tokyo. It is not impossible to eat badly here, but you do have to try quite hard. The sheer quantity of good

Madrid Red Wines…Be local

We are passionate about wine and the flavors of our land! The centenarian grapes of Madrid are illustrated by their deep cherry color, their explosion of floral scents, their elegance and Mediterranean berry-herb combinations, including only a hint of orange citrus. Alnd  at the same time, your mouth is filled with a light , even crunchy sensation, with the acidic vertebral spines of the grapes, flavorful, almost saline, and with a reminder of when rain falls lightly on natural slabs granite. Wines full of excitement, elegance and  complexity.           Let us take you to experience this. Regajal Situated only 50 kilometers

Exclusive Michelin-star dinners in Madrid

A Michelin Star is to a chef what an Oscar is to an actor. In Madrid we have twelve restaurants with Michelin Stars. Madrid Cool and Culture will take you through our five favorites: 1. Santi Santamaría’s Santceloni restaurant, with two Michelin Stars, is located at 57 Castellana Walk. It offers Spanish gastronomic dishes, but gives each one a new air. With high quality as its maxim, Santamaria respects the product and its temporality. Chef, Óscar Velasco, bets on the freshness and the taste of each product. This is an experience. Splurge and enjoy! 2. With Ferran Adrià as gastronomic

5 best Nightclubs in Madrid

Whether you fancy chic cocktails, a pub crawl, or dancing the night away, these are the best clubs in Madrid for exploring the city’s incredible nightlife You’ll have no trouble finding just the right spot to fit your mood among the myriad bars, big nightclubs, and small pubs that have earned their place on the scene. Here’s our selection of the best clubs in Madrid so you can head out and not worry about a thing except having a good time, whatever your taste in music and ambience. Kapital C/Atocha, 125 The Godzilla of Madrid clubs, with splendid views of